This is part two of the #AMonthofFaves on the screen post from last week and officially my last A Month of Faves post.
Figuring out what new TV I watched this past year was a lot harder than figuring out the movies I watched. For one, there is no Letterboxd for TV. For two, there are no real TV seasons anymore! And for three, last year was seriously like two years; it was so long. Anyway, enough of that. Let’s get on with the TV.
Continue reading “Fave New TV Shows of 2021”
Please bear with me as I attend to the vestiges of the #AMonthofFaves blog event, by finally getting to this topic.
FRI | Dec. 24 – #AMonthofFaves – On the Screen or in Your Ear (shows, movies, audiobooks, podcasts faves, etc.)
It turns out I only gave one movie five stars on Letterboxd, and that was…
Continue reading “Fave Movies of 2021”
1. I didn’t “win” NaBloPoMo because I missed a day, but 29 out of 30 ain’t bad. Memo to self: write posts the day before and schedule them to go live the next day. That’s how I was successful at the Slice of Life challenge this past March.
2. I forgot to link up to all my posts from last week on my Monday post, so here they are now:
3. There will be a part two to the Christmas wish list, but only because it’s getting cold and I realized I need gloves and some other such like.
Continue reading “The end of #NaBloPoMo”
How did everyone do on the challenge? Did you meet or exceed your goal? Did you get really, really close?
Continue reading “Diversity on the Shelf 2016: Wrap Up Post & Link-Up”
Share your overall thoughts on the week, list your posts for the week, and/or share your highlights or favorite posts from fellow participants, then link up!
My overall thoughts on the week: awesome! I had a lot of fun writing the posts and visiting different blogs. I suck, though, and didn’t save any of the ones I visited except Meaghan’s post on aesthetic concerns because I actually changed my blog’s font after reading the post. Life changer!
[wrap-up-posts week=”19″ year=”2016″ category=”Armchair BEA” listtype=”ul”]
I am super glad I did this. The more I engage with other bloggers and my blog, the more I like keeping up with my blog and the more ideas I have for my blog. And if I’m going to do this thing, I want to DO THIS THING.
I’m looking forward to reading other people’s wrap-up posts because I know I’ll encounter some blogs I missed. Happy ABEA, everybody!